The painters voyage of Italy in which all the famous paintings of the most eminent masters are particularised, as they are preserved in the several cities of Italy ...
Barri, Giacomo, ca. 1630-ca. 1690., Lodge, William, 1649-1689.

Here follows another Chamber.

Where you will admire the marvellous *Cingarina, by the hand of Correggio. There is also a S. Chiara, with a S. Anthony of Padua, by the hand of Caravagio.

You may likewise observe four Squares in Page  127 half Figures. In one is S. Mary Magdalen, in the other are S. Peter, S. Girolamo, and Prophet David, by Guercin da Cento.

You may observe near unto these, a Madonna with the Child, and a S. Joseph, by Raphael de Ʋrbino.

Beneath this is a S. John, by the hand of Le∣onardo da Vinci.

Then follows a Magdalen weeping, the work of Hannibal Carache.

Here are two Saints by Guercino, viz. S. Peter and S. Girolamo.

There is a S. Nicholas de Tolentino, by the hand of Pordenon.

Here is also a Head of S. Girolamo by the hand of Carache.

Next is a Madonna, with her eyes lifted up towards Heaven, by the hand of Carache.

You may observe likewise, a Nativity of our Lord, by Hannibal Carache.

Over a Chimney you may observe a Christ carrying the Cross, by the hand of Andrea del Sarto.

Then follow two Copies of S. John, Copied from the works of Correggio, by an able Master.